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This short, animated video tells the story of our investment in 14 community-based research (CBR) projects to address knowledge gaps in the relation between cannabis and mental health. CBR meaningfully...

Preventing moral distress and promoting psychological self-care are essential for workers in long-term care homes. In a new report aimed at health-care leaders and policy makers, the Mental Health Commission...

Guiding questions in the brief: What barriers and facilitators support psychological self-care and protection from moral distress for long-term care workers and their organizations? How has the pandemic impacted these...

Mental health and substance use concerns have remained elevated in all province. The Mental Health Commission of Canada and the Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction tracked the relationship...

Support for Psychological Self-Care and Protection from Moral Distress in the Workplace: Facilitators and Barriers Psychological health and safety in the workplace is directly tied to our well-being. It is...

This resource can help Canada’s post-secondary community build and improve their student mental health strategies — based on emerging evidence on COVID-19 and guided by the National Standard for Mental...

The Mental Health Commission of Canada commends the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) and the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) for their landmark announcement to activate a nationwide...

The Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) is the first mental health organization to join HealthPartners, a consortium of Canada’s most trusted health charities focused on improving the well-being of those living...

In March 2020, the entire world experienced something new and scary. A pandemic that con ned us to our homes suddenly and changed the way we lived, worked and attended...